An unexpected flaw in microphones could allow a hacker, with a lot of know-how and expensive equipment, to deliver smart home commands through a window.
Smart speaker companies say they've fixed issue that would let developers listen in on your conversations.
Actress Alexis Bledel has been bookish and sweet on "Gilmore Girls" and "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." Now she has a new claim to fame, thanks to cybersecurity firm McAfee.
It started as a simple oversight, but quickly ended as a six-figure mistake.
US credit bureau Equifax could end up paying more than $US2 billion over its handling of a data breach that affected half the population of the country.
Warning of national security and privacy risks, Chuck Schumer asked for the viral age-defying photo program to be investigated over its links to the Russian government.
Google contractors regularly listen to recordings of what people say to AI system Google Assistant, via their phones or through smart speakers such as the Google Home.
Seven in 10 emails in Australia were spam last month. Many contain security threats.
By the end of this week, we may know whether the unknown hacker who's been holding the city of Baltimore's computer systems hostage for the past month is prepared to carry out his threat to destroy all the data.
Spyware crafted by a sophisticated group of hackers-for-hire took advantage of a flaw in the popular WhatsApp communications program to remotely hijack dozens of phones without any user interaction.
Mobile Device Management is not the boogeyman, and Apple shouldn't claim it is, but the company was right to stop parenting apps from using it.
Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? Bugging our homes is Silicon Valley's next frontier.
Tara Thomas thought her daughter was just having nightmares - then she realised they were real.
Australian companies are increasingly paying off online hackers, who demand money to unlock computers, as the number of cyber attacks rises.
It's every parent's worst nightmare: discovering the smartwatch tracking device you bought to protect your child could be used instead by a stranger to stalk them.
Unknown to many, Amazon employs thousands of people around the world to listen to voice recordings captured by its devices.
Facebook steps in to clean up 'oil spill' of data after security firm finds troves stored on public Amazon servers.
Chairman Guo Ping restates that Huawei will not be compelled by the Chinese government to spy using its equipment, suggests the US engages in similar tactics.
A software update will be released next week for owners of iPhones, iPads and Mac computers, the company said.
More secure than getting authentication keys sent to your phone via SMS, the YubiKey becomes more appealing the more likely you are to be targeted by hackers.